Nearing the sixth anniversary of its inception and the fifth anniversary of its incorporation, Ant Hill Cooperative remains alive and well, serving its mission of providing a new kind of housing, and fostering community among its diverse but mostly twenty-something members. Ant Hill and similar housing cooperatives now serve an emergent and long-term trend toward a longer road to adulthood. A recent New York Times Magazine article http://nyti.ms/9J09xe recognized this new phase of life.
Member and resident Charlotte Ashlock reintroduces it on her new Examiner.com column featuring Rochester Green Business.
In full disclosure, i met Ant Hill's founders in 2005 and have served as a director since 2007.